When were the redwood parks created?
CHRONOLOGY OF CALIFORNIA’S REDWOOD PARKS
    Current Acreage
1902 Big Basin Redwood State Park 18,132
1907 Muir Woods National Monument 485
1921 Humboldt Redwoods State Park 52,246
1921 Standish-Hickey 1,021
1922 Richardson Grove 1,574
1923 Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park 14,004
1924 Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park 6,370
1928 Mt. Tamalpais SP 6,192
1928 Paul Dimmick 672
1928 Humboldt Lagoons 360
1929 Jedediah Smith 9,793
1930 Van Damme 2,155
1933 Russian Gulch 1,259
1933 Pfeiffer Big Sur 802
1934 Armstrong Redwoods 752
1943 Grizzly Creek Redwoods 394
1944 Admiral Stanley 45
1945 Portola 2,507
1946 Samuel Taylor 2,616
1947 Montgomery Woods 1,322
1954 Henry Cowell 4,136
1954 Mailliard Redwoods 242
1956 Butano 2,671
1958 Benbow Lake 975
1958 Hendy Woods 816
1961 Julia Pfeiffer Burns 2,040
1963 Smithe Redwoods 628
1963 Forest of Nisene Marks 10,095
1966 Austin Creek 5,107
1966 Reynolds 376
1968 Andrew Molera 4,749
1968 Redwood National Park - original 28,000
1975 Sinkyone Wilderness 7,407
1976 Jug Handle 756
1978 Redwood National Park - expansion 48,000
1978 Big Creek Preserve 3,858
1981 Humboldt Lagoons 360
1988 Navarro River Redwoods 647
1989 Harry Merlo 830
1989 Fort Ross 3,275
1980s Misc. Casc.2,493; LaPurisima 2,633; Wilder 4,511 9,637
Total   257,306
   

Is redwood harvested from parks?